A pair of recent traffic stops conducted by Guam police led to the arrests of two men allegedly caught with meth.

Twenty-nine-year-old Jason Troy Toves is charged with possession of a schedule II-controlled substance as a third-degree felony.

Court documents state patrol officers spotted a car in Dededo on Saturday with broken brake lights and a defective license plate light.

During the traffic stop, authorities noted Toves was fidgeting when he allegedly told officers, “Sir, I am nervous.”

Police searched the car and found meth in the driver seat.

Toves then allegedly became aggressive and had to be placed in restraints for the safety of the responding officers.

In a separate complaint, Jason Ray Quichocho Casil, 41, is charged with possession of a schedule II-controlled substance as a third-degree felony.

The magistrate complaint states officers saw a Yamaha motorcycle in Yona on Sunday without a rear license plate.

Documents state officers found a knife and a glass pipe on him when he allegedly told police, "Sir, it's just an ice pipe, let me go." He then attempted to get away from authorities before a baggie with meth fell out of his pocket.